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and dvds. >> when a child cries, maybe they're yanking your change or in the habit. but maybe they're in distress. >> reporter: the dream team says it's the best way to achieve long-term sleep success. >> a good night sleep is a great, yummy, wonderful thing and that's what you're going tor giving to your child. then it's something to celebrate. >> reporter: two weeks after the intervention, the team's methods seem to have paid off. miraculously, mia is sleeping 12 hours a night and going to bed without a peep. >> night-night. >> good job. >> night-night. >> reporter: emmy, however, is a work in progress. [ baby crying ] >> that's the hard part. >> reporter: but 10 minutes later, she, too, goes to sleep all on her own. >> it's 7:37 and it would appear as though everybody is sleeping right now. >> reporter: giving danielle and marchello the first quiet time they've had in a month. >> reporter: we checked with them six months after their experiment and both emmy and mia are still sleeping througho ini night. the couple say sleep training has been life changing. >> and we actually hav
is finding a home on the shooting range. here's abc's juju chang. >> reporter: for these women, girl power means fire power. >> ready, bust it. >> reporter: welcome to advanced defensive pistol training. these are the sure shots, a women's only shooting league based in austin, texas. >> rock out, girl. >> that was awesome. >> reporter: nationwide, gun ownership is at an all-time high, and now a report 23% of women say they own a gun. the surprising spike has spawned a cottage industry from hello kitty handguns to this blinged out revolver tweeted by kim kardashian. but make no mistake, these women are dead serious about the right to bear arms. >> you have to say it defensively all the time. you have to think about it when you're in your car. you have to think about it when you're at the grocery store. it just takes a second for everything to change. >> reporter: holly is a mother of two who says she joined sure shots to learn the best way to protect her family. >> we talk about what is that situation if somebody breaks in the house. you know, your dad and i are going to defend you. but i a
. >> a lot of things i need to change. tu thanks. up next, what facebook is saying about tiger woods' latest love affair. ession. before taking abilify, an antidepressant alone helped me get out from under. but sometimes...depression still dragged me down. i'd been feeling stuck for a long time. so my doctor added abilify to my antidepressant. she said some people had symptom improvement as early as 1 to 2 weeks. now i feel more in control of my depression. [ female announcer ] abilify is not for everyone. call your doctor if your depression worsens or you have unusual changes in behavior, or thoughts of suicide. antidepressants can increase these in children, teens, and young adults. elderly dementia patients taking abilify have an increased risk of death or stroke. call your doctor if you have high fever, stiff muscles, and confusion to address a possible life-threatening condition. or if you have uncontrollable muscle movements, as these could become permanent. high blood sugar has been reported with abilify and medicines like it and in extreme cases can lead to coma or death. other risks
change its mind? >> in this country, once there's a not guilty verdict, the case is over. but in italy, prosecutors can appeal. and they did appeal. and they won. and the high court effectively said try this case again. >> reporter: butt simply, the italian judicial system is very different than our own. even if she is convicted again, that can be appealed as well. >> she's worried. she doesn't understand. the system here is different from america, and i know there's a lot of concern in america about what happened here. i think it's a fair system. we have to analyze why the court has decided. and after that, perhaps we will be in a position to say something more. >> reporter: knox came to perussia to study italian in 2007. >> reporter: knox and her former boyfriend were found guilty. >> found guilty of sexually assaulting and killing ms. kercher. >> it was just weeks after her arrival that meredith kercher was brutally killed. knox and her then boyfriend of just one week were arrested. overnight she became a murder suspect and international immediate obsession. in december 2009, they w
vargas in new york. >>> changing gears, when we come back, she just wants to play with her friends of so what if they're all football playing boys. a fiery 11-year-old takes on the catholic youth organization and the church. ♪ [ acoustic guitar: upbeat ] [ dog ] we found it together. on a walk, walk, walk. love to walk. yeah, we found that wonderful thing. and you smiled. and threw it. and i decided i would never, ever leave it anywhere. because that wonderful, bouncy, roll-around thing... had made you play. and that... had made you smile. [ announcer ] beneful. play. it's good for you. [ male announcer ] want to make a great car interior? stop looking at car interiors. get inspired by other stuff. yep. yep. ok. sure. why not? woah. touchscreens. put that in your dash. now, luxury stuff. make your seats like that. that thing has wifi, why doesn't your car? you can't do that. ignore that guy. give it wifi. yes! make it fit 5 people. no, 5 actual sized people. give them leg room, good. destroy boring car interiors forever. and that's how you do it. easy. ♪ [ male announcer ] you've rea
intellectuals, she changed into a sensible dress and flats to change her impression of herself. >> i'm a pretty white woman. and that's what we call a sexy girl. it's a legacy i've been cashing out on. >> in just 10 minutes, she yanked back the curtain on the glossy photos, showing how the industry creates a mirage of sexuality on the flawless bone structure of girls too young to have boyfriends. >> this picture was the very first time i had worn a bikini. i didn't even have my period yet. this is what i looked like with my grandma just a few months earlier. >> reporter: she described frustration with a society that stops and frisks a disproportionate of young black men while she enjoys the perks of being a thin white girl. >> because i'm a model, because i've been in magazines looking a certain way, there's a lot of people interested in hearing what i have to say. i think that's very superficial. i'm quite young. i don't have an impressive resume. >> reporter: and despite all the perks, she then shared the one tip to models -- aim higher. >> it requires a genetic lottery win really and just a
houses." for "nightline," in is dan harris in new york. >>> up next, did a tragic medical mistake change one woman's life forever? and why it may not be as rare as you think. >>> abc news "nightline" brought to you by etrade. . that's not much you think. except it's 2% every year. does that make a difference? search "cost of financial advisors" ouch. over time it really adds up. then go to e-trade and find out how much our advice costs. spoiler alert: it's low. really? yes, really. e-trade offers investment advice and guidance from dedicated, professional financial consultants. it's guidance on your terms, not ours. that's how our system works. e-trade. less for us. more for you. before taking abilify, an antidepressant alone helped me get out from under. but sometimes...depression still dragged me down. i'd been feeling stuck for a long time. so my doctor added abilify to my antidepressant. she said some people had symptom improvement as early as 1 to 2 weeks. now i feel more in control of my depression. [ female announcer ] abilify is not for everyone. call your doctor if your depressi
's all over now though. and many catholics are rejoicing at the change. as abc's david wright reports. >> reporter: first impressions matter. for popes, every bit as much as for ordinary people. this pope tonight was very much a first impression. his name, unfamiliar even to some of the priests in this crowd. >> someone said bergoglio and we needed someone else from argentina to tell us that he was from argentina. >> you thought he might be italian. >> i think his name sounds italian, sure. >> was he who you were expecting? >> not even close. not even on page 2. >> reporter: so different from eight years ago when the man who stemmed out on that balcony was the one cardinal whose name everyone knew. tonight it was a man they didn't expect. he had them at hello. >> nobody knew bergoglio. the smile on the man's face and the humility on his face was extraordinary. >> the fact that they've chosen a man from the third world country. i think it is tremendous. >> that was the view of europeans in this crowd. for latin americans, this was a moment 500 years in the making. in mexico city, and l
shots at a foam party in mexico. with spring break 2013 upon us, abc's juju chang goes in search of a reality check. >> it's the annual pilgrimage, millions of spring breakers migrating to beaches all over the world. videos all over youtube show the party is fueled by booze, bikinis and sex. the new movie "spring breakers is" glorifies the escape. in theaters nationwide next week, the film takes us on a wild ride of debauchery. a group of bored college students played by former child star sa len into gomez and vanessa hutch chins seem suddenly very grown up willing to do whatever it takes to be part of the biggest summer week ever. and nothing is rated pg. but critics argue although the film is raunchy and going for shock value, the show and tell isn't too far from reality. spring break is often the spring board into habitual partying for teens and it can turn deadly. just last week 20-year-old kyle lamb was found unconscious in panama city beach after a day of drinking. his friends weren't able to revive him. and then there's holly. >> about 90. >> she lived in a world where bin
chang. >> good evening and thanks for joining us. for most fear of flying involves fleeting flashes of nerves during turbulence over stormy weather. overcoming the panic can get you through the jitters. but what if that is the key to avoiding a mid-flight catastrophe. we take to the skies to find life saving answers. >> reporter: sometimes they get lucky. little did these three passengers know they would be filming a close call with death. their private pilot desperately trying to take off in a heavily loaded small plane at high altitude when it finally stalls into the tree tops. the plane tumbles to the ground, cameras still rolling. passenger and pilot survive. >> everybody okay? >> we're okay. please get out. >> reporter: too often in general or private aviation luck is not enough. just this weekend there were nine fatalities in 11 small plane crashes nationwide. this twin engine jet came down into a house in south bend, indiana, killing two. a twin engine turboprop killed three. >> reporter: the ntsb has placed this issue on the most-wanted list of transportation safety improvem
for bigger people? >> this is about making someone to feel comfortable to make the chan change, to engage in healthy behavior. it's not oh, okay it's okay that that you're overweight. you can stay the way they are. >> david has lost 202 pounds and hopes to get 190. chris took me back to his neighborhood and we traced the half block walk that eventually brought him to down size. >> my back was just hurting too much. >> reporter: now he's one of the most active members at the gym. full disclosure -- this is a battle i'm all too familiar with. when i was a teenager, i weighed 356 pounds, a size 54 waist. it took me years of dieting and exercising alone before i was able to bring down my weight and live healthier. having others who understand the frustration of being obese would have helped. >> there's definite success here. people are losing a lot of weight here, and it's a great place to do it. i'm alex perez in chicago. >> i had no idea alex lost that much. congrats. and thanks for the piece. coming up next, how america fell in love with the glock and what this plastic gun from austria tel
changed all that. capturing hearts and minds around the world. meyer's stories are already worth billions and as juju chang discovers she has more surprises in store. >> reporter: it's a lover's triangle but as brilliantly preposterous as it is profitable. >> i don't know that i can control myself. >> reporter: stephenie meyer's fantasies have sold more than 100 million books and grossed more than $3 billion worldwide. >> i don't have the strength to stay away from you any more. >> then don't. >> reporter: at its core a teenaged girl in love with a vampire and the werewolf also in love with her. >> it is something that can be got over easily and work out how you would deal with that and it turned into more than that with the story. but i liked that idea of internal conflict. >> reporter: this time around meyer has another high staked interspecies lovers romance. >> we have been invaded by another species who erase our minds to take our bodies. >> max irons and jake abel play two human men in love with one teened girl and the spirit who has taken over her
in the pursuit of a smaller size, but a longer life. here's abc's juju chang. you don't know you're beautiful ♪ >> reporter: when it comes the hot british imports, there's one direction's song "what makes you beautiful." and there's always the american fascination with the royal couple and the pregnancy. but the next big british invasion hitting our shores this week just might be the fast diet. >> it doesn't really feel like a diet. >> reporter: it's all the rage in england because it's not just about losing weight. its creator sees it as a radical new approach to eating your way to a longer life. you've basically discovered the fountain of youth. >> i've certainly found something that's worked really well for me. >> reporter: such an understated brit. the british fasting craze is the brain child of this man, dr. michael mosley. he embarked on a quest for the scientific fountain of youth. he discovered that you can get radically healthier by doing something that sounds truly unhealthy. fasting just two days a week. the other five days, you can eat whatever you want. just to be clear, you're
beautiful oscar winners, so what is it about >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with juju chang. >> good evening, i'm juju chang. for any adult out there wondering what their teens are doing online, the huge popularity of the young man you're about to meet may be deeply disturbing. his name is james dean and he's won the hearts of teenage girls across the country, many of whom link to him through twitter, facebook, or blogs. james dean, of course, is not his real name. it's his porn name, and it could soon be a household name. here's abc's cecilia vega with an update for our series "modern sex in america." >> sorry, i have an obsession with his nose. i think his nose is fantastic. >> just a ridiculous amount of love for him. >> james dean is like a guy you can meet in your neighborhood and just get to know. >> these young women could be gushing about any number of heartthrobs hanging from their bedroom walls. ryan gosling, justin bieber, justin timberlake. but they're not talking about a mainstream hollywood crush. they're talking about james dean, a porn star. >> he's the ryan
in -- at squaw valley than we have in the back country here. >> reporter: how has fatherhood changed your risk management or has it? >> kids they just put things in perspective and put an added weight on the importance of coming home every day. there is no question i turn back more than i used to. there is a lot of ways to die out there and the mountains are one of them. i have respect for them but i need to keep living my life. >> top of the world. >> you do this every day? >> yes. >> you take it for granted or get sick of going to work? >> i don't take it for granted when i get away from the mountains for a period of time i really kind of get in a funk and i -- you know it's like when i get back out for the first time in ten days i'm a totally different person. >> altitude therapy. >> it's my medicine. >> reporter: it's time for the reward. jeremy drops in and i follow clumsily. and just when we hit a groove it's over. but the beauty is there is always another ridge to climb and line to ride as long as the snow keeps falling. on a warming planet that is not guaranteed. jones formed a foundat
is finally back on track thanks to one unforgettable weekend fuelled by drugs and alcohol. >> what changed then? what was the moment? >> i got my license suspended after getting in a car accident and the next day i found out i was pregnant. >> the next day? >> yeah. it was a weekend of whoa. >> reporter: her parents see baby eden as a blessing. but getting here wasn't easy. >> i felt sad and like i said disappointed with olivia's choices. but i would say my faith helped me get through that. >> did you question yourself and your roles as parents? did you feel at all like you failed? >> i don't think any parent could watch their kids go through difficulty and not go did i contribute to this? definitely. >> reporter: the show is filled with sort of thing including one preacher daughter's fear that his daughter will become a important star. >> reporter: and the preacher mom embarrassing her daughter with a sex sermon. >> i'm not talking about penetration sex. i'm not just talking about that. i'm talking about everything. and the same mom grills a prospective boy with a written contract and int
" with juju chang. >> tonight, it's a dangerous mix of fame and fortune that can too often lead to reckless excess. plenty of pop stars have cracked under the pressure of celebrity and tabloid scrutiny. now justin bieber is feeling the stress. his week has been marred by hospitalization and a blow-up with the paparazzi. the larger than life 19-year-old is finding out supersized fame comes with supersized baggage. abc's nick watt reports. >> reporter: is this the moment the pint-sized prince of pop finally snaps? >> what did you say? what did you say? >> reporter: bieber exits his london hotel, paparazzi, of course, await. perhaps just a little physical contact. >> what did you say? [ bleep ]. >> reporter: that's a bold statement when you're 5'7" and weigh about as much as my grandma. >> justin bieber is starting to feel the pressure. he's literally having his michael jackson leave me alone moment. ♪ if i was your boyfriend never let you go ♪ >> reporter: bieber is right now only halfway through a gargantuan ten-month, 125-date world tour. will he make it to the finish line in atlanta in
worsens or you have unusual changes in behavior, or thoughts of suicide. antidepressants can increase these in children, teens, and young adults. elderly dementia patients taking abilify have an increased risk of death or stroke. call your doctor if you have high fever, stiff muscles, and confusion to address a possible life-threatening condition. or if you have uncontrollable muscle movements, as these could become permanent. high blood sugar has been reported with abilify and medicines like it and in extreme cases can lead to coma or death. other risks include increased cholesterol, weight gain, decreases in white blood cells, which can be serious, dizziness on standing, seizures, trouble swallowing, and impaired judgment or motor skills. depression was always hanging over me. then my doctor added abilify to my antidepressant. now i feel better. [ female announcer ] if you're still struggling with depression talk to your doctor to see if the option of adding abilify is right for you. and be sure to ask about the free trial offer. if the option of adding abilify is right for you. hey
transforming. >> when you have a kid, everything changes. >> reporter: what time are you going to sleep? >> i usually go to sleep around eight o'clock. i'm like a grandma. i want him to have a normal life as possible. >> reporter: for snooki, now 25, that would be a new normal. coming after six seasons on "jersey shore "jersey shore." now as she awaits a possible third season of the spin-off, she and her fiance are living in his parents' basement. not that far, it turns out, from where this pint sized powerhouse grew up. >> this is frank's deli and my friend's dad owns it. i went there all the time. and then you have pizza town over there. it's where we all hung out, great pizza. that's basically it. >> reporter: here, 80 miles north of new york city where she was even a high school cheerleader. do you remember any of the cheers? >> oh yeah. >> reporter: go ahead. >> go, dukes, go. >> reporter: yet it wasn't all sunshine from nicole, who was adopted from chile and brought to america from her parents. >> everyone making fun of me, you're too orange, fat, ugly. then they started calling me stin
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